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Electric Palace

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35 South Street, Bridport, England, DT6 3NY
  • Box office 01308 428 354
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  • Website www.electricpalace.org.uk
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Best Of The Comedy Store

Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.

Fri 3 Dec

£15

Fri 25 Mar

£15

Fri 27 May

£15

Fri 16 Sep

£15

Fri 18 Nov

£15

Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest

Ed Byrne: If I'm Honest

The observational comic discusses whether he has any traits worthy of being inherited by his progeny. In addition to his time on the comedy circuit, Byrne has also become a recognisable face on the telly, featuring on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, *The Pilgrimage, Top Gear and QI.

Fri 18 Mar

£25

Gary Delaney: Gary In Punderland

Gary Delaney: Gagster's Paradise

Get ready to dive into a rabbit hole of the best jokes in the world - star of Live at the Apollo and sell-out sensation Gary Delaney is back! One of the most sought after joke writers in the country and longstanding Mock the Week special guest, Gary has been through the laughing glass and he's ready to bring you a brand new show with hit after hit of the kind of one-liners only a master could craft. If you're hunting for snark, Gary's got it covered!

Sat 21 May

£22

Mark Watson: This Can't Be It

Mark Watson: How You Can Almost Win

Stand-up star Mark Watson will head out with his show that was originally intended for 2020 before Covid-19 swept the globe. The show ponders 'what should we be doing with our time on earth, and how can we do it better?'

Wed 16 Feb

£22

Mike Bubbins

Mike Bubbins

Mike Bubbins: Throwback

Mike Bubbins, star of hit podcast The Socially Distant Sports Bar, and of BBC television comedies Mammoth, Tourist Trap and The Unexplainers, unleashes THROWBACK, his first ever solo UK stand-up tour. And things may never be the same again.

THROWBACK is a powerful, thought-provoking, visceral hour of stand-up comedy, that pushes boundaries, defies neat descriptions and challenges the audience…

AS IF IT IS!

It’s actually an hour and a half of really funny stories, pretty impressive characterisations, possibly a song (he said he’ll see how that goes), a bit of nostalgia about the good old days, a bit of optimism about the good new days, and Mike generally having a laugh about life and not taking himself, or anything else, too seriously. Having said that, he may, at some point in the show, get very annoyed at berks, whether in the past, the present, or the future. Very annoyed.

So basically THROWBACK is a comedy show about Bubbins sharing, and bringing to life, the stuff that he finds funny. As comedy concepts go, it’s a pretty straightforward one, really.

‘They asked me to do a UK comedy tour, called THROWBACK…and so I did.’  Mike Bubbins

 

Tue 5 Apr

£19.50

Shaparak Khorsandi: IT WAS THE 90s!

Shaparak Khorsandi: It Was the 90s!

Ah, the 90s! The decade that Shaparak Khorsandi was in her twenties and ‘ladette’ culture ruled the school. The decade when there was nothing to be done but party, and Shaparak found herself flying about London with hope in her heart, a tenner in her pocket and spare knickers in her handbag. She matched the boys pint-for-pint and frequently woke up in parts of London she’d never heard of. With hindsight though, the way people behaved back then looks like the ultimate in self harm. In those days, ‘mindfulness’ was making sure you had enough money for the night bus and ‘self care’ was putting your flat shoes in a handbag. This is a show about how we 90s kids are looking to young people to learn how to take care of ourselves.

Thu 17 Mar

£17.60

The Wurzels

The Wurzels

The legendary four-piece performs scrumpy and western, and comical country, including the tracks 'The Combine Harvester' and 'I Am A Cider Drinker'.

Sat 16 Apr

£23.10

This 20s art deco cinema fell into disrepair but was restored and brought back to life reopening in 2008 as a full time entertainment venue with live comedy, theatre and music, which also screens movies for parents with new babies and occasional classic films and live screenings from NT and the Met.

Patrons include PJ Harvey, Mike Leigh, Miranda Richardson and Ralph Steadman.

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